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LNP Takes Strong Lead In Nanango

LNP Takes Strong Lead In Nanango

Early election counting indicates LNP candidate Deb Frecklington will be easily returned as the Member for Nanango, although her margin will have been trimmed.

Five Questions For Would-Be MPs

Five Questions For Would-Be MPs

On Monday, southburnett.com.au emailed each of the four Nanango candidates contesting Saturday’s State Election and asked them if they would answer five simple questions.

Sidetrack At Brooklands

Sidetrack At Brooklands

Council workers will construct a side track to guide traffic around drainage works on Parker Road, Brooklands.

Fliers Flock<br /> To Open Day

Fliers Flock
To Open Day

Aeromodellers came to Kingaroy recently to take part in the third annual Kingaroy Flying Day

Black Spot Program Round 3 Opens

Black Spot Program Round 3 Opens

The Federal Government has begun the tender process for Round 3 of the Mobile Black Spot Program, which aims to improve mobile coverage at 106 locations around Australia.

Lights Competition Closes Soon!

Lights Competition Closes Soon!

There’s only four more days left to get nominations in for the South Burnett’s annual Christmas Lights competition.

SB Challenge On Saturday

SB Challenge On Saturday

There will be some great futsal played on Saturday (November 25) at the Kingaroy High School Auditorium.

Rail Trail Could Extend To Theebine

Rail Trail Could Extend To Theebine

The Kilkivan-Kingaroy Rail Trail could be extended to Theebine if the Labor Party is re-elected on Saturday.

Men’s Shed<br /> Finalist In Awards

Men’s Shed
Finalist In Awards

The Murgon Men’s Shed was a finalist in the Queensland Community Achievement Awards on Saturday

ALP Warns Of Jobs, Services Cuts

ALP Warns Of Jobs, Services Cuts

Wide Bay residents face having nurses sacked and community programs cut if the LNP and One Nation form a coalition government, the ALP has warned.

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

With just days to Saturday’s State Election, Sportsbet tip Queensland will emerge with a hung parliament

Murgon Duo In Qld Squad

Murgon Duo In Qld Squad

Murgon cricketers Courtney Sippel and Renee Irvine have been named in the Queensland Under 18 squad.

Singer Celebrates Time In The Territory

Singer Celebrates Time In The Territory

Former Kingaroy boy Tom Curtain has released his third country music album to great acclaim, immediately hitting the No 1 spot on the iTunes country charts.

Powerful Tips<BR> For Local Farmers

Powerful Tips
For Local Farmers

Members of the South Burnett Agriculture Network were told how to cut their power bills on Tuesday

Council Offers Discounts For Care Facilities

Council Offers Discounts For Care Facilities

Toowoomba Regional Council will offer incentives for businesses hoping to establish retirement and residential care facilities across the region.

Consultants Working On Concept Plan

Consultants Working On Concept Plan

A draft concept for the Kingaroy streetscape should be available for community consultation in March or April next year.

Mayor Forms Irrigation Group

Mayor Forms Irrigation Group

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell is in the process of forming a focus group to investigate future irrigation possibilities in the region.

$20,000 Makeover For Community Hall

$20,000 Makeover For Community Hall

The community hall at SBcare in Kingaroy will receive a much-needed makeover thanks to $20,000 funding from the Federal Government.

Backpacker Exploitation ‘Endemic’

Backpacker Exploitation ‘Endemic’

Workplace exploitation of international students and backpackers in Australia is endemic and severe, a joint study by two Sydney universities has found.

AgForce Releases Election Scorecard

AgForce Releases Election Scorecard

The State Election has thrown up a “mixed bag” of policies for Queensland farmers, according to AgForce.

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